The mill is a wildlife haven providing a home to otters, kingfishers, swans and many other birds.

The first Everhot was invented 40 years ago at thirteenth-century Coaley Mill, which is still home to our showroom and head office.



The village of Coaley lies at the foothills of the Cotswolds in Gloucestershire and our recently expanded factory is just a couple of miles away. 

In the mid 1970s inventor and engineer, Ossie Goring, was concerned by how much energy his heat storage cooker was using and, living at a water mill,
he decided to set about creating an environmentally-friendly heat storage electric range cooker which could run off the water turbine he had installed.

A few years and many prototypes later, Ossie had perfected a ‘trickle-feed’ design, which allowed his new cooker to be powered by the small intermittent
flow of electricity provided by the mill’s turbine. To this day, an Everhot’s peak electricity demand is a fraction of that needed by other range cookers.
Ossie’s breakthrough not only enabled the first Everhot to run off his water turbine, but also a standard 13amp plug. 

For the last 25 years Ossie’s son, Guy Goring – also an engineer – has continued to ensure that our cookers set the pace in terms of innovation,
efficiency, design and functionality and he has built the business into a real British engineering success story. Sustainability remains deeply embedded
in our DNA and we never stop trying to find ways to improve our cookers’ efficiency.